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The fatal effects of gambling exemplified in the murder of Wm. Weare and the trial and fate of John Thurtell, the murderer and his accomplices : with biographical sketches of the parties concerned, and a comment on the extraordinary circumstances developed in the narrative, in which gambling is proved to be the source of forgery, robbery, murder, and general demoralization : to which is added, The gambler's scourge : a complete exposé of the whole system of gambling in the metropolis, with memoirs and anecdotes of notorious blacklegs

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